CrossPointe Pre-K and Kindergarten students are exposed to arts and crafts as a regular component their classroom experience. More detailed art instruction begins in 1st grade and continues on through the high school years. Students are encouraged to showcase their work during our annual SpringFest.
Beginning in the 7th grade, students may elect to participate in CrossPointe's choral program. The chorus competes in GICAA choral competitions and in 2014-2015 school year were the GICAA region runner-ups for their renditions of The Prayer and Hambone.
Our impressive high school drama department puts on annual productions that showcase CCA student talent. Previous year's productions have included You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, School House Rock, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Snow White and Robin Hood. Many productions include a dinner theatre that add to the experience enjoyed by our audience.
Elementary students attend weekly music enrichment classes. As part of the class, students perform in two productions each year.
The Hand Bell Choir is a performance ensemble open to all interested students in grades 3 and up who wish to develop their musical ability and have fun while doing so. The repertoire is both sacred and secular and is drawn from a variety of genres and styles. Performances are conducted at all-school programs and at times include visits to local churches and nursing homes. Students develop sight reading and rhythmic skills, learn and use basic musical vocabulary and demonstrate improvement musicianship.